Issue: Aug 2011


AIDA To Exhibit Multiple Servo Presses at Fabtech 2011



by James Hilton

AIDA-America Corp., Dayton, OH, Booth 3125, South Building, will be exhibiting and demonstrating two servo presses from its extensive range of metalforming solutions. The first press on display will be a NS2- 1600(D), 160 ton capacity, straightside servo press. This press will be part of a completely functional line, stamping parts and presented at the show in cooperation with Formtek/CWP, Dayton Progress, AG Tool &
Die, and Anchor Danly. The press is provided courtesy of Royal Die & Stamping. The second press in AIDA’s booth will be a NC1-1100(D), 110 ton, gap frame servo press, demonstrating the servo presses’ unique ability to reduce reverse tonnage and its ease of operation. Both AIDA servo presses will show how AIDA brings maximum flexibility to your pressroom through an infinite number of freely programmable,
application optimized, speed, velocity and dwell profiles. Maximized flexibility means maximized production and maximized profit for your stamping operation. 

AIDA is a global leader in the design, manufacture, sale, service and support, refurbishment and modernization of metal stamping presses and metalforming automation equipment. AIDA mechanical and servo stamping presses range in capacity from 35 tons to 4,000 tons, from 1 stroke per minute (spm) to
1,500 spm, from gap frame to straightside, high speed to cold forging, transfer and progressive die, material handling and coil feeding equipment; AIDA provides one of the broadest selections of complete metalforming systems from a singlemanufacturer. With a worldwide network of sales and service locations in 36 cities across 18 countries, press installations exceeding 80,000 units, in over 60 countries worldwide, producing a range of products for industries such as automotive, appliance, electronic and electrical, AIDA is truly a global metalforming solutions provider. 

Learn more about AIDA at www.aida-global.com

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